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of pressure on brazil with the olympics coming up. >>> and we'll head to know-covered boston for a look at how airlines are coping after nemo. >>> barclay's is looking at cleaning up the bank's image. anthony jenkins is due to give a speech on tuesday. others on the closure and other cost cuts say not expecting sun valley to have a major overall. at the same time, the british parliamentary commission on banking stands are set to continue. steven hester is reportedly on track to receive a 780,000 pound bonus despite other executives had their pay clawed back following the libor rigging scandal. james joins us now. is there any wore to ring out of this lack of a libor issue? >> if you look at america, in america, they bailed out the banks when they needed to in the moment of crisis and then, at their leisure, are clawing the money back through the legal system. we don't have an efficient legal system for that, so we have to find new things to attack the banks pop. >> that's interesting, it's the legal system. >> this time around in america, we saw very few perk walks. virtually no one seemed to
education. that is opposed to brazil, where you have 1000 law schools, you can open a law school for a couple hundred bucks, and they have a huge failure rate. we are working with the brazilians, other colleges, law schools. i spoke to their major university about these issues, and they are doing what they can to increase. i would tell them to make sure that the legal education is a quality legal education. it is the first of to have a monopoly, so you can control the lawyers, and make sure they are acting in an ethical way. i think there was a third part of the question, what would i tell them not to do. by the way, before i get to that, in vietnam, i recently met with the president of their bar association, similar to the american bar. in most countries, they have a government bar association that is part of the government, in effect. then they just have an non-club federated are. the person was a 70-year-old viet cong that was the chair. one of the most interesting conversations i ever had. someone who did not told anyanger, -- not hold any anger, but wanted information and he
.s., and brazil. sales to those markets are rising constantly, and german car makers especially see lots more potential in growth markets like latin america and asia. rising sales there are more than making up for falling sales in europe. >> champions league action kicks off in just a few moment time. bayern munich take on english club arsenal with the odds stacked firmly in favor of the germans. >> the team has not conceded a goal in competitive place since mid-december, but london is promising passion on the pitch as the gunners pursue their last chance in the season to end a trophy trout stretching all the way back to 2005. >> unlike bayern munich, and now only have the champions league title to play for. out of the cup and out of contention in the english premier league, they need a big performance against the bavaria's to quiet the critics. >> of course, we will try to score goals. but we tried to go forward and tried to score goals. >> in london, they are hoping to continue their solid season. >> of course, the champions league is something special. the best teams in europe compete in i
people in brazil, the university where most of them studied has reopened. santa maria university says it will now build a memorial to those who died in the fire at a local nightclub. >> most walk in silence. some carry signs. all grieving for the friends they have lost. the first day back was never going to be easy. most of those killed in the fire over a week ago were students from this university. this mother of a university student says they are crying, they are too young to be hurting. as they gathered in prayer, they remember their friends. one professor here lost more than 15 students from his class. >> it is a semester which will end in a very unusual way. we will have to work very hard to introduce genitive activities so we can remember the people -- alternative activities so we can remember the people who passed away in a positive way and what they represented to the university. >> the blaze was one of the deadliest in brazil's history. it has brought the safety of public buildings into sharp focus. hundreds of places have been temporarily closed for not complying with safety
, there was problems in peru, there was problems in brazil, there was problems in mexico, there was problems in jamaica, there was problems in panama, and then we go over here, and there was problems in korea, in japan. then we came over here, and we went back to the european crisis, we went down to south africa where there were problems. and in every case the treasury secretary would come and say, look, walter, i need help. we don't have these kind of people at the treasury. can you offer up somebody, you know, that would understand this and be able to deal with it? now, walter riston would always say i've got the person. person's name is bill rhodes. but you can't take him. you can only borrow him on that. and so, you know, and here was the fun part, the fun part was every once in a while bill rhodes would go on vacation. and every time he went on vacation it was walter riston who had to call him and tell him, please, come back to new york right away. in all of that. so the joke was -- and it wasn't much of a joke -- was that every time he started talking about going on vacation, people ducked. on th
. brazil. have you been to brazil? >> i have not nor will i ever go to brazil after this. >> bill: lovely country. they have a lot of spiders in brazil. they speak portuguese the spiders. >> south florida in the evergrades they have pythons. >> what do they speak? >> roll the tape. [speaking foreign language] >> did you ever think when you were younger you would be hunting pythons in south florida. >> if they would have told me that 10, 15 years ago you are going to be road cruising this road for burmese pythons i would have been you are crazy. there is no way. >> bill: take the flying spiders. spiders descending on people. >> no. just sort of hanging out. >> they have created this giant little pod. this is very natural according to wildlife experts. they do this type of thing. typically it's not in neighborhoods. i can't even stand watching. this guy a who came down and visited his friends in brazil and this the is neighborhoods. >> bill: they are all over the place. are they poisonous spiders. >> no. if they drop on you they may hurt you according to the wildlife people they are robust.
, that is quite deceptive. if you apply to get into the united states from hong kong or brazil, the illegal immigrants in the u.s. may have to go into the back of the line, but you are waiting in the u.s., you are living and working in the u.s., you have everything you what hang arrived. you do not have to live in fear. the other guys are waiting in brazil and hong kong. hear, you are already in the united states. >> that is the whole point, to get rid of the shadow economy, the shadow existence, getting these folks on the path to citizenship. and if you know anybody who has been there, here illegally, even when they get a green card, their entire existence is vote to getting citizenship. green card is not their only desire. >> what about senator sessions' point about the flow of on lawful people into this country? >> the way we always have, and we have got much better. if you look at the numbers of people caught up the border now, some of the patrician in illegal immigration is due to the economy -- attrition in illegal immigration is due to the economy. you have to look at the resources
left in brazil's biggest and most vibrant carnival celebration. around one-million people will participate in the four day party based in rio de janeiro. today is day three. the highlight of the festival is the samba parade where schools compete against eachother in full costume. some of those schools will have as many as five- thousand people participating in the parade. the festival is a huge money maker for rio de janeiro. and city officials are expecting to generate roughly 665 million dollars for the local economy. >> it is in the middle of summer in brazil. that night, okay. it feels like winter with temperatures dropping into the 20s in some spots. with temperatures not too bad. still 50s through san francisco, oakland, san jose. it is going to be cooler. 30's in napa. we could get closer to the 20's. freezing temperatures for the north bay, the east bay, with mid 30's tonight. and for tomorrow some sunshine and temperatures expected to be a bit warmer 60s for the rest of the week. sunshine and not any rainfall. by that time thursday rose are round highs in the '70s
trip to brazil in july. the pope's decision is unprecedented in modern times. the last similar case was pope celestine v, who had praise for pope benedict today. >> he has given church the last great service he will give the church. he's stepping off the stage when he feels he can't exercise the office of peter. >> reporter: benedict seemed to many a reluctant pope, as cardinal ratzinger under john paul ii, he was known as a conservative guardian of church doctrine, opposing women priests, abortion and homosexuality. as pope, he inherited the church's biggest scandal in decades. revelations that priests had sexually abused children. he met with victims and apologized. >> for all, i express my deep sorrow to the innocent victims of these despicable crimes. >> reporter: for almost eight years, pope benedict met the most arduous demands of the modern papacy. today he said that will end in just 17 days. the pope will eventually move into a monastery for cloistered nuns in the vatican. officials say he will dedicate his time to prayer and reflection. brian? >> richard engel, thanks. >>>
, no dance is more important, of course, than the sum up. >> they are the best samba dancers in brazil, and this is where they come to do battle every year. television soaps it seemed -- are the theme. the floats are adorned with characters from the most popular shows of recent years. >> it was a great feeling, a really great feeling. god willing, we will win. >> competition is tough. 12 top schools are competing to be named the best. the dancers practice for years for their moment in front of 80,000 spectators. but even though the carnival season is drawing to a close, the competition is not quite over yet. a jury will pick the six best schools who will dance in the victory parade at the weekend. >> a russian cargo rocket has docked at the international space station in record time. new digital steering technology enabled the unpiling craft to complete the journey from earth in just six hours. >> it is to take two days -- imagine that. the vessel was carrying almost 3 tons of supplies including fuel, scientific equipment, and a culinary specialty -- smoked sausages with cheese and gar
than a month ago to deal with their issues. in brazil, every matter that comes before the supreme court of brazil, they had 80,000 cases last year, 80,000, obviously, no justice. you cannot have a system that wants to review 80,000 cases. i do think our appellate system could use some tweaking, but by and large, the florida -- i am not sure i agree with that -- almost certainly respected -- the florida supreme court's motto is, you'll appreciate this, i will not give you the latin version, but the translation is "soon enough, if correct." that is the actual motto. sometimes soon enough is not soon enough. you are correct. as you know, professor, the supreme court of the united states takes such few cases that usually the intermediary court decision is the final one. we have to fill the bench. it is going to be worse every day if we have an empty federal bench that cannot function. on the 11th circuit today, we have two vacancies. >> another dimension, it has been called to mind in this question that justice sotomayor was cross-examined in a rather aggressive way concerning her statement
are applying to get into the united states from hong kong or brazil, the illegal immigrants in the u.s. may have to go to the back of the line, but you are waiting in the u.s., working in the u.s., you have everything you want having arrived in the u.s., you do not need to live in fear. the other guys are waiting in brazil and hong kong. the line here is already one where you are in the united states. >> you are right about that, but that is the whole point, to get rid of the shadow economy, shadow existence. then get these folks on the path to citizenship. if you know anybody who has been here initially legally, you know, even when they get a green card, their entire existence is devoted to getting citizenship. a green card is not their only desire. >> what about senator sessions' point about the unlawful flow of people into the country? how do you deal with that? >> the way we always have, and we have done much better. if you look at the numbers of people who are caught at the border now, -- some of the attrition in the legal immigration is due to the economy, but a great deal of it is no
the catwalk and into the streets of brazil. junko koshimo designed costumes for a team of dancers in sao paulo. koshimo worked with a team of about 90 dancers. she created their outfits and took part in the carnival. the designs were inspired by a kimono. >> translator: everyone tells me they've never seen costumes like mine. i'm happy to see people enjoying them. >> brazil has the world's largest population of japanese descendants outside of japan. 1.5 million people trace their roots to early 20th century immigrants. >>> severe weather is rolling across the southeast u.s. today. meteorologist robert speta is here with the forecast for there and the rest of the world. robert? >> yes, gene. actually we've been seeing this rough weather all week. it's not going to be nearly as bad in the forecast as we saw there in hattiesburg over the week with that tornado but even further we're still seeing a tornado watch actually in southern georgia. there's that risk lingering there but the main threat across much of this area is high winds, even a slight chance of hail as this storm system continues to d
immigrants. and later, a look at carnival celebrations going on in brazil this weekend. break hey sis, it's so great to see you. you, too! oh, cloudy glasses. you didn't have to come over! actually, honey i think i did... oh? you did? whoa, ladies, easy. hi. cascade kitchen counselor. we can help avoid this with cascade complete pacs. see, over time, cascade complete pacs fight film buildup 2 times better than finish quantum to help leave glasses sparkling. shiny! too bad it doesn't work on windows. okay, i'm outta here. cascade. the clear choice. [ washer and dryer sounds ] for the things you can't wash, freshen them with febreze. febreze eliminates odors and leaves a light fresh scent. febreze, breathe happy. in another battle over the best way to reduce the federal deficit. lawmakers from both parties made the rounds on the sunday talk shows. both sides of the ioc budget cuts scheduled to go into effect next month will have a negative impact on the economy >> it was designed as a budget threat not as a budget strategy ... is going to have a dramatic nega
and already have partners, the karl simms foundation, lemon foundation in brazil and took a trip down to brazil and national interest, the president has asked what we will be able to do today. >> rose: in brazil? >> in brazil, so i think in the next year, this will be kind of going global in a much more significant way, i think you will see, you know, it started with videos and had online component, exercises to give people feedback on where we are and make that much more serious, you had 48 states have adopted the common core standard, there aren't any assessments out there, there are some groups out there that will be developing assessments, and through this whole transition you will have teachers and parents and wongd derg how they navigate the switch and what we hope to do is take our exercises and turn them into rigorous assessments so you can go to the site, get a really strong diagnostics of what you know and what you don't know so we can narrow you in on here is what you need to work on and kind of coach you through that process, the tools 4 the teachers will get better and we
, they still qualify for welfare checks. look at brazil we had the former president of brazil who spoke to our conference. what an amazing inspiring story where they rejected austerity economics, and invested in safety net programs and their economy is booming. they have -- in all of their public universities. it's free tuition. our kids are going through even public universities with 50,000 $80,000 worth of debt. it doesn't have to be that way. brazil demonstrates that it can help the economy. the more you get middle class wages for citizens in a society, the more consumer buying power there is. it helps the companies. it helps retail sales. so this austerity economics is the wrong path. it does not work. what works is more infrastructure investment. more investment in education, more investment to create jobs. that's what builds a strong economy. >> jennifer: of course there is concern that if you have a whole influx of new immigrants who don't have the ability to collectively bargain, that you might see exploitation of that group. how optimistic are you that in fac
problems in argentina. there were problems in uruguay, problems in peru, problems in brazil, problems in mexico, problems in jamaica, problems and panama, and then we go over here and there are problems in korea, problems in japan. we came over here, and we went back to the european crisis. we went down to south africa. there were problems. and in every case the treasury secretary would come and say, look, i need help. we don't have these kinds of people at the treasury. skynyrd offer of somebody that would understand this and bill to deal with it. he would always say, i have the person. the person's name is bill rhodes. you can't take him. the kelly borland. and so here's the fun part. every once in awhile bill would go on vacation. and every time he went on vacation it was walter who had to call in and tell him, please come back to new york right away and all of that. so the joke was, and it was not much of a joke, it was every time he started talking about going on vacation people ducked because they knew something was coming. and with all of the lessons that he had developed and l
that are very different in how they interact with the globe. brazil thinks of itself of course as a regional leader but brazil is one of the most important emerging economies for the whole global economy it's one of as we call them the bricks the emerging economies that has the chance to structure how the economy is going to look going forward. when you think about the countries but obviously the united states when you think about the countries along the pacific rim of latin america they make connect more to the economy of asia. i was always struck when i would go to something called the summit of the americas which is about latin america and the caribbean and we would have these discussions and travis would take off and everybody would sort of what ever. but then almost a week or two weeks later we would go to the asia pacific economic council. there it is the pacific rim countries of chellie and the pacific rim all the way to canada and all the way out through japan and china and korea and the conversation was completely different. was about global trade and freeing trade. and i actually a
not look to brazil or india. a look to the united states. the economic crisis we are undergoing should in no way inhibit us from proceeding with a strategic debate that we have to have. history does not allow us either zero sums or time outs. it is never a zero sum between domestic and foreign policy. we always have to proceed within our borders and outside. there are no zero sums or time aus for the united states when we can call a timeout and tell the world to pause while we get our economic situation back in order. the sooner we understand that what we are debating is a moral, historical, and strategic question and not an economic or budgetary question, the budget can be cut 100 different ways and the defense budget can become 100 different ways, or not at all. this whole element of the conversation has to be retired. there are crises that involve our values but not our interests. there are crises that of all our interest and on our bellies. there are crises that of all of both. obviously, the ones they're involved our interests are the easy ones. there are some challenges that to n
of the future competition that is coming down the road from places like brazil. >> if the union shut down a company, the pensions go bust and a 401 k, you can take that with you. >> you can make arguments. but let's not mess with the facts. the current plan and defined benefit plan is a better ritirement plan than the 401 k. >> and we are not too worried about boeing. >> i can understand the argument about taking wob forthe team in a tough time. but wouldn't that be more effective if the ceo paid 13 million a year . 30 million in stockings. why hasn't he stepud up and said i am going to take a cup. >> i don't know who you are talking about? >> the ceo of boeing. >> john, the fact that a lot of union efforts do lead to shut down of companies or plants. are the unions more interested in their own future than the workerings. >> they are more interested in their own future . the problem is . this is going on for deck aleds. union dimands are mistorically divorced from reality . if they are unprofitable they will go the way of the pay phone. >> are the unions more interested in the workers? >>
crowd. >> kevin cartwright views -- use the recent brazil nightclub fire as an example of just how dangerous an overcrowded establishment can be. many of the victims were trampled as they tried to escape through blocked assets. >> -- exits. >> you what -- we want you to leave that establishment and call 91 line. >> he wants patrons to take note of exit's and wants businesses inspectors will be out checking for violations. >> they will be watched and they know what the capacity is for their establishments. it all goes back to -- they can reap the benefits from these masses of people. we want everybody to enjoy themselves safely. >> there will be parking restrictions and what police are calling rotating road closures. those include pratt downtown and charles street in federal help. we have a full list of all those parking restrictions and possible road closures on our website, wbaltv.com. reporting live in harbour east. >> city police will be out to make sure the super bowl revellers stay safe. the department knows how to cut loose a little bit and support the ravens. >> do not be ho
, brazil. and new york's affable cardinal dolan is being mentioned though many believe a superpower pope from the u.s. is unlikely and he dismissed the idea. >> what are the odds of a north american and you were asked, what about you? >> is this abc evening news or comedy central? >> reporter: it will be a momentous and mysterious process set in motion today but the quiet historic words of the servant of the servant of god, as they say, a man who simply decided it was time. >> our thanks to terry moran. >>> coming up next, she's only just cracked her 20s but has her second oscar nod. jennifer lawrence on fame, parties and that slippery ladder of hollywood stardom. [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on his portfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. [ coughs ] [ baby
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celebrating carnivale and brazil's five day extravaganza begins today. >> adult beverages coming up next. some savory dishes tooment we're going to travel -- too. we're going to travel a bit for a tast >>> did you know brazil's carnivale begins today? right before ash wednesday. and if you want to celebrate and you obviously can't get down there. we have a solution for you. joinings us now just meeting now. i'm mike nice to meet you. >> i'm matt. >> and that name of the restaurant? seca? >> it's actually a magical tweet on south america. >> you're right here in the district. >> yep, 14 and g.. >> one of the things you're going to do is one help us and two you said bread is one of the big things you're going to work on for the big celebration. >> it's a brazilian festival down there and goes a week long. the biggest party of the year. we're going to be celebrating by making a brazilian cheese bread. a little bit easier to say cheese bread. but the great thing about this and the great think we're doing this morning is the breakfasts. >> all right breakfast. did you hear that? breakfast. >> we're
outside the united states, perhaps brazil or mexico are even italy, with higher yields as opposed to what we see in the united states. and ultimately, defensive-oriented bonds that can protect principle in addition to providing an interest rate that is acceptable. >> sie: waned to pickup o putting your money outside of the country, because you talked about australia, brazil, canada, but you're not a big fan of u.s. stocks. that's kind of interesting because it is coming at a time when individual investors, at least, are just getting comfortable about putting money back in the stock market. they're looking forward to an upside in the markets. you're not seeing much upside. 5% you say in u.s. stocks for this year? we've already done that in january. >> we have done that. we've got a 12-month return. one month, according to our forecast. were buish on stoc to the standpointhey can go up, if they can provide an attractive return relative to inflammation. 5% to 6%. but we suggest, relative to historic proportions, to the double-digit returns that stock investors grew used to in the '90s, and p
of a rival gang. there's only a few days left in brazil's biggest and most vibrant carnival celebration. around one-million people will participate in the four day party based in rio de janeiro. today is day three. the highlight of the festival is the samba parade where schools compete against eachother in full costume. some of those schools will have as many as five- thousand people participating in the parade. the festival is a huge money maker for rio de janeiro. and city officials are expecting to generate roughly 665 million dollars for the local economy. don't start gathering supplies and preparing for doomsday quite yet. but on friday an asteroid is going to come really close to earth. but as carl azuz explains nasa says there's nothing to worry about. asteroid 2012 da14 is about half the size of a football field, and it's headed right for us, or right near us, but before you start worrying about this. >> it's a meteor shower. >> reporter: know that nasa says this: >> the close approach of this object 2012 da14 on february 15th in nothing to worry about. its orbit is very well kn
years of slow progression. and china is still growing, single-digit levels of growth. brazil is still growing, and russia is still growing. india, which is the fourth of the brick countries, should have a better track in 2014. >> susie: depending which country you're talking about, we've seen investors pouring a lot of money into international equity funds since january. so can they expect to get a good return on international investing in 2013? >> susie, it is going to come down to everybody's timeframe. we are a culture that wants it now. we've been through a lot of problems recently that make people very risk adverse. if you have the patience to sit through volatility, buying emerging markets is a good investment now. however, if you still feel burned by what happened in 2007 and 2008, and are worried that a 10% pullback or a 15% pullback would make you change your approach, be very careful and buying emerging markets. we've had a great run since november and i would counsel some caution. >> susie: you are advising your clients to put their money mostly in u.s. stocks over internat
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